Mid-Century Modern Design From the 1930's through the 1980's

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  • Eero Saarinen

    Saarinen went to work for his father and teach at the academy. His father's firm, Saarinen, Swanson and Associates.

    While still working for his father, Saarinen first gained recognition for his design capabilities for a chair he designed together with Charles Eames, which received first place in the Organic Design in Home Furnishings competition in 1940. The Tulip chair, like all other Saarinen chairs, was taken into production by the Knoll furniture company, Further attention came also while Saarinen was still working for his father when he took first prize in the 1948 competition for the design of the Gateway Arch National Park (then known as the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial) in St. Louis.

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  • Arne Jacobsen

    In 1929, in collaboration with Flemming Lassen, he won a Danish Architect's Association competition for designing the "House of the Future" which was built full scale at the subsequent exhibition in Copenhagen's Forum.It was a spiral-shaped, flat-roofed house in glass and concrete, incorporating a private garage, a boathouse and a helicopter pad. Other striking features were windows that rolled down like car windows, a conveyor tube for the mail and a kitchen stocked with ready-made meals. A Dodge Cabriolet Coupé was parked in the garage, there was a Chris Craft in the boathouse and an Autogyro on the roof. Jacobsen immediately became recognised as an ultra-modern architect.

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  • Florence Knoll

    In 1943, she joined the Hans Knoll's company and founded their interior design service. She and Hans Knoll were married in 1946, when she became a full business partner and the company became known as Knoll Associates, Inc.
    The pairing led to success as Florence Knoll helped Hans Knoll turn what was a small furniture company into an international powerhouse. Florence Knoll was the design force and Hans Knoll was entrepreneurial and charismatic. The Knoll showrooms embodied their humanized modern designs, showing customers how to use their new furniture.

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